The report estimates that the actual number of these so-called "small molecules" could be 1 novemdecillion
(that's 1 with 60 zeroes), 1 million billion billion billion billion billion billion, which is more than some estimates of the number of stars in the universe.
5 quindecillion novemdecillion
percent," in which prices double every 24.
5,422,351 (filed June 21, 1991) (including a structural formula in claim 1 which encompasses at least one novemdecillion
(which is ten followed by sixty zeroes) chemical compounds).
The numerically last EVEN number name is-- ninE hundred ninety nine Vigintillion ninE huNdred The numerically last ODD number name is-- nine hundred ninety nine vigintillin nine hundred ninety nine OctoDecillion nine hundred ninety nine thousanD The numerically last EVENODD number name is-- ninE hundred ninety nine Vigintillion ninE huNdred ninety nine OctoDecillion cxnine hundred ninety nine thousanD The numerically last ODDEVEN number name is-- nine hundred ninety nine vigintilliOn nine hunDreD ninEty nine noVemdEcillioN
This particular patent includes a structural formula in claim 1 that encompasses at least one novemdecillion (10 (60), or one followed by sixty zeroes) chemical compounds.
While the patent discloses at least one novemdecillion (106', or one followed by sixty zeroes) chemical compounds, the patentee only provided working examples for thirty-nine of them.
ONE = One Ninety-Eight & One Novemdecillion Eighty.
SEVEN= Sixty-Eight Vigintillion Eighty-Nine & Seventy-Eight Vigintillion Eighty Novemdecillion.
The same argument goes for these numbers too: TRILLION, QUADRILLION, QUINTILLION, SEXTILLION, SEPTILLION, OCTILLION, NONILLION, DECILLION, UNDECILLION, DUODECILLION, TREDECILLION, QUATTUORDECILLION, QUINDECILLION, SEXDECILLION, SEPTENDECILLION, OCTODECILLION, NOVEMDECILLION
, VIGINTILLION .
The following falls one letter short of a full deck: one hundred fifty eight vigintillion one novemdecillion
one septendecillion one quindecillion one hundred sixty four sextition seven hundred twenty six quintillion twenty quadrillion one billion runs the alphabet in order starting with D but omits C.
SIXTY FIVE MILLION (reverse numerically ordered)
Indeed, a single generic claim can easily encompass millions, billions, or novemdecillions